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How To Recover From Your Workouts As Fast As Possible – Beyond Nutrition with Ben Greenfield

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From post-workout proprietary blends of fancy carbohydrates and protein…

…to special supplements like proteolytic enzymes, anti-inflammatory herbal cocktails, and essential amino acids…

…we’re taught time and time again to stuff our faces with foods, pills, capsules, powders, and liquids to fully enhance workout recovery.

But believe it or not, there are other strategies you can implement to bounce back from your workouts as fast as possible – simple strategies that tend to be forgotten or fly under the radar. After all, it’s easier to pop a pill post-workout than it is to spend five minutes on a foam roller.

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Ben Greenfield’s ‘Recover from Your Workouts Like Wolverine from X-Men’

If you’ve done any type of sports or rigorous physical activity before, you know the importance of recovery. From giving certain muscle groups ample time to rebuild between weight-lifting sessions to sitting out during your favorite CrossFit WOD because of joint pain, recovering can either be routine or annoying and concerning. Our bodies are actually superb healing machines, and there are many ways we can fuel them to be even more efficient and potent.

Ben Greenfield, one of WellnessFX’s valued practitioners, put together a free e-book that can be downloaded from his site that goes into ample detail about how to up your body’s healing power. The name? Recover From Your Workouts Like Wolverine From X-Men.

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The posts on this blog are for information only, and are not intended to substitute for a doctor-patient or other healthcare professional-patient relationship nor do they constitute medical or healthcare advice of any kind. Any information in these posts should not be acted upon without consideration of primary source material and professional input from one's own healthcare professionals.